Changing Flowers

In early September I took a photo of some flowers that were blooming along the edge of the fence at the tiny house.

Carrie's flowers

Tiny House and Porch – The house has a relatively HUGE cloth porch, the perfect place to sit outside but be free of biting insects that are plentiful in the Ontario forest.

When I arrived back four weeks later, on the last day of the month I found that it was fall in the area.  I also found that finally my dahlia had bloomed.  The flower is so huge that the plant could not hold it up, so I posed it for the photo.

Yellow dahlia

The sunflowers were eaten quite some time ago by the little garden thieves but one sole teddybear variety did not become a midnight snack.  I was surprised to find it there, hanging like those in J.E.H MacDonald’s  “the Tangled Garden”. It might be fun to paint this one.  The natural world is alive with change.

THO Tangled Garden

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Categories: Forest, Magical, Nature, Off Grid, Ontario, Simple living, Tiny House Ontario, View | 4 Comments

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4 thoughts on “Changing Flowers

  1. Hi again. Enjoying all you updates and love your tiny house inside and out. Keep up with what you do. Live it up to your liking. It is the only way to be happy. Shirley

  2. I am sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo jealous of your TH & the nature that surrounds it!

  3. I am sooooooooooooooooooooooooooo jealous of your TH & the nature that surrounds it!!!

  4. It IS fun to paint sunflowers….hope you do it and show us all. Lovely fall garden 🙂

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